Harvard Mental Health Letter

Helping psychiatric patients to stop smoking

People with a psychiatric condition are more likely to be smokers. Treatment tends to be more aggressive, and they may have to take smoking-cessation medication in higher doses, and for longer periods of time, for it to be successful.
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